Tara Carter began her career in property management at the age of 18, working as a leasing professional in Austin, Texas. Tara has worked in numerous onsite and corporate office roles throughout her more than 20 year career, including Property Manager, District Manager, Regional Vice President, Asset Manager, and Director of Operations for Plus Management in Richmond, VA. She owned a property management consulting firm and began consulting Dodson Properties in 2014. She ultimately accepted the position of running their property management division in 2016. She currently serves as the President of Multifamily Management.
From 2003 to 2010, Tara earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and her Master of Business Administration (MBA). She graduated both programs magna cum laude. Tara earned her Certified Apartment Manager (CAM) in 2001 and Certified Property Manager (CPM®) in 2014. She is also an NAAEI certified instructor since 2007. She sits on the board of directors for the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) and the Virginia Apartment Management Association (VAMA).
Tara is the mother of 1-year old boy/girl old twins and resides in Richmond, VA.
Autumn Sorrow Stout is the Director of Asset Management for Abacus Capital Group. She joined Abacus in 2006 in the New York and Charlotte regions and she is responsible for all Abacus assets on the East Coast.
Multifamily asset values are soaring in the current high-demand marketplaces across the US. Experienced asset management professionals realize this is no time to take success for granted. Ms. Sorrow Stout shares her highly experienced insight on how to attain and maintain the highest value, net operating income and return on investment.
Discover how an industry leader applies the science of lead attribution and customer relationship management to heighten performance and increase income and stability for multifamily assets.
Arthur Kosmider, Marketing Director for LeFrak Organization, currently manages 17,000 units across several distinct brands, which vary between a small walk-up in Brooklyn to expansive Newport New Jersey, a master plan community. Arthur was formerly the marketing director for StuyTown, an 11,000-unit apartment community in the heart of New York City. Previously, he was responsible for marketing a portfolio of thirty-five premium, garden-style communities nationwide.